Display the reason why a package is needed.
$> yarn why <package>
Explain why lodash is used in your project :
yarn why lodash
|List, for each workspace, what are all the paths that lead to the dependency|
|Format the output as an NDJSON stream|
|Also print the peer dependencies that match the specified name|
This command prints the exact reasons why a package appears in the dependency tree.
-R,--recursive is set, the listing will go in depth and will list, for each
workspaces, what are all the paths that lead to the dependency. Note that the
display is somewhat optimized in that it will not print the package listing
twice for a single package, so if you see a leaf named "Foo" when looking for
"Bar", it means that "Foo" already got printed higher in the tree.